Fuel your day in a delicious way with these cute breakfast slider sandwiches with layers of flavor that you can make in 30 minutes! Originally published November 2022. Last updated October 2022. This shop has been compensated by Inmar Intelligence and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MyFavoriteRolls #SisterSchuberts #SistersKroger
I'm very excited to put you onto today's easy breakfast recipe because it's such a delicious time saver on work and school mornings. I call them morning sliders because we typically think of slider sandwiches as appetizers or snacks. But they're also perfect for busy weekday mornings when you need a filling, grab-and-go breakfast option. I'm going to show you how to meal prep breakfast with Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls and a few other simple ingredients. Let's get into it!
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If you enjoy unique breakfast meal prep recipes, check out my breakfast taco bites, PB&J oatmeal cups, and scrambled egg muffins, too!
My mom put me onto Sister Schubert's® years ago and these rolls have become a family favorite because they're so convenient but still have real homemade taste for real life meals.
What You'll Need for this Recipe
Contrary to all of the same boring breakfast sammies you might have seen in these internet streets, it's possible to make breakfast sliders without ham! Here are the breakfast slider ingredients to add to your grocery list.
- Baby Bella Mushrooms
- Black Pepper
- Garlic Powder
- Goat Cheese
- Non-Stick Cooking Spray
- Olive Oil
- Red Pepper Flakes
- Sausage Patties
- Sea Salt
- Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls 10 Count
- Sweet Potato
Pro tip: Use fully cooked sausage patties cut down on prep time for this recipe. I prefer my breakfast sliders with sausage but feel free to omit it if you want an easy vegetarian breakfast sandwich.
Tips & Tools for the Best Breakfast Slider
Grab a sharp knife and a cutting board for cutting the produce and dinner rolls in halves. You will also need three pans. I use a non-stick cupcake pan to bake the mini omelettes and a full sheet pan for the sweet potato rounds. Finally, a half sheet pan for the rolls. Everything bakes in the oven at the same and temperature for convenience. That's how to meal prep breakfast for a week!
To store breakfast sliders for the week, wrap each one in a piece of foil then place all wrapped sliders in a zip-top bag or airtight container and store in the refrigerator. To reheat, place a wrapped slider in oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. Remove foil and enjoy carefully!
How to Build a Balanced Breakfast Sandwich
Pantry and fridge foraging recipes have been quite popular, as of late, and these easy breakfast sliders are another great way to use up whatever you have on hand. Here are the basics of what you'll need for this recipe.
Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls are literally what hold my morning sliders together. They're the perfect size and stand up to all the ingredients I stuff into them. Versatility is a must for me and Sister Schubert's® rolls are more than just a holiday roll--I like them for everyday meals, as well. Whether you have little ones at home or plan to host family for the holidays, this breakfast sandwiches recipe works every time.
Eggs - For these morning sliders, I make mini omelettes that bake all at once in the oven! It's a time and effort saving trick that makes it easy to meal prep breakfast for busy mornings. Anything you can think of throwing into your eggs would work or you can just bake them up with a bit of seasoning. Full details on how to bake eggs for breakfast sandwiches is in the recipe card below.
Vegetables - I mentioned tossing my favorite veggies into the eggs but you don't have to stop there. Slice up a sweet potato and roast it with a sprinkle of cinnamon for a touch of sweetness in your breakfast sliders. It provides a nice balance of flavor, color, and some fiber.
Protein - Fully cooked protein will be your best friend in this recipe for a high protein breakfast sandwich. And you've got options. Leftover dinner meat also works well in morning sliders. You can even use a plant-based breakfast protein to make a vegetarian breakfast sandwich.
Cheese - I spread goat cheese onto each slider for tangy flavor and creamy texture that makes this a fancy make ahead breakfast. It perfectly complements the savory and slightly sweet flavors of the sausage, egg, and sweet potato. You can make your breakfast sliders this way or feel free to add slices or shreds of your cheese of choice.
What to Serve with Breakfast Sliders
If you've been reading here for a while, you know I am the queen of breakfast for busy mornings. While spending more time at home, it's been important to make mealtimes interesting but I still don't want to spend hours in the kitchen. My morning sliders come together so quickly and can be made ahead of time for the whole week or quickly created for a crowd. Here are a few ideas to pair with them!
- Almond Breakfast Smoothie
- Baked Oatmeal Bites
- Fresh Fruit
Hoping these morning sliders simplify your routine so you can spend less time in the kitchen and more with the people you love. And sharing is caring so be sure to pin this easy breakfast idea on Pinterest. Thanks for reading!
Breakfast Slider Recipe
Morning Sliders Make-Ahead Breakfast Sandwiches
- Baking Sheet
- 12-count Muffin Tin
- non-stick cooking spray
- 6 eggs
- sea salt to taste
- black pepper to taste
- garlic powder to taste
- crushed red pepper to taste
- 1 ½ cup baby spinach
- 3 baby bella mushrooms sliced
- 1 medium-sized sweet potato (about 6 inches long)
- olive oil
- cinnamon to taste
- 1 package Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls 10 Count
- 10 fully cooked sausage patties
- 4 ounces goat cheese
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray two baking sheets and a 12-count cupcake pan with non-stick spray then set aside.
- In a bowl, whisk eggs together until mixture is uniform and fluffy (about 2 minutes). Season with sea salt, black pepper, crushed red pepper, and garlic powder to taste then stir in baby spinach and sliced mushrooms.
- Divide egg mixture evenly between 10 wells of the prepared cupcake pan.
- Slice sweet potato into 10 even rounds, each about ⅓-inch thick. Place on one prepared baking sheet, drizzle with olive oil, and season with sea salt, black pepper, and cinnamon to taste. Flip and rub sweet potato to coat all sides with oil and seasoning.
- Place both pans into oven and bake for 20 minutes or until sweet potato rounds are fork tender and slightly golden on top. Tops of eggs should be firm with a slight spring when pressed.
- While eggs and sweet potatoes bake, place Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls and sausage patties on another baking sheet and place pan in oven to bake for 10 minutes.
- To assemble breakfast sliders, cut each Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Roll in half horizontally and spread a bit of goat cheese (about one tablespoon) on each bottom half. Then add sausage patties, eggs, and sweet potato rounds. Finish with top halves of Sister Schubert’s® Dinner Yeast Rolls.
- To store breakfast sliders for the week, wrap each one in a piece of foil then place all wrapped sliders in a zip-top bag or airtight container and store in the refrigerator. To reheat, place a wrapped slider in oven at 350 degrees for about 10 minutes. Remove foil and enjoy carefully!
I'm happy to partner with Sister Schubert's® on this morning sliders recipe not only because they're a family fave but also because Sister Schubert’s® continuously gives back to local communities through its Share the Warmth program, where the brand works with local organizations to support those in need during tough times. This year has shown us all the importance of community and supporting mission-driven organizations.
Such a great idea for busy mornings. I'm one of those people that loves a filling, savory breakfast every day of the week and these are perfect for meal prep. Adding sweet potato is genius!
Ok só wow, where have these little rolls been all of my life?! I love the idea of a morning slider! I’m so happy I found this delicious recipe!
I am always trying to think of new ways to create vegetables for breakfast and this slider does that perfectly.
I love the addition of sweet potato! It’s the perfect fall breakfast meal.
These sliders were a huge hit! The sausage with the sweet potatoes and spinach and goat cheese all together made these slider so delicious. I also love how easy these were to make!! We’ll definitely be making these again!
Chenée Lewis says
I love how easy these were to put together! They were perfect for a busy morning meal. Plus, I'm a sucker for goat cheese!
I'm loving that I can get help from the store with the yeast rolls from Sister Schubert's, but that addition of sliced sweet potatoes really leveled these sliders up.